Led by a dominant outing from John Lackey, Boston clinches its first spot in the postseason since 2009.
The first bang sounded distant and muffled. But when they kept coming, Bertillia Lavern recognized the sounds.
The FBI director also says the video shows that the shooter had no specific target.
Mitchell's appearance is part of an ongoing series that will explore how politics have changed.
The young boys cause about $10,000 in damage by slashing tires, scratching paint and causing dents at a Skowhegan car repair shop.
The annual recognition event will begin with a motorcycle procession from York to The Ballpark.
The proposal now moves to the Democratic-controlled Senate, where it will likely face major resistance.
Justice Jon D. Levy has been nominated to serve on the United States District Court for the District of Maine.
Timothy Courtois told police that he took a loaded handgun into a Saco cinema the night after the Colorado theater shootings.
The deputy fired into the car of a man who tried to ram his cruiser, and who had a criminal history.
The pontiff even reveals his favorite film in an interview with a Jesuit journal.
Sales of existing houses and the median price jump in August as the market continues to rebound.
If any of the four largest credit unions were to fall, it could pose a tremendous threat to the insurance fund that protects them.
There is a growing concern among rebels that the dominant role the extremists are playing is discrediting the rebellion.
In its bustling past, as well as in the hopes for a viable future, the port has geography on its side.
Police say callers claim to represent the company and threaten to shut off power unless payment is made by calling an 800 number.
A disciplinary hearing focuses on allegations unrelated to the videos, which include profanity-filled rants.
Both men are arrested after an investigation that involved surveillance and undercover purchases of drugs.
Some would rather not be there, some describe the experience as surreal, while others are apprehensive as they return to work.
Pope Francis says that he too is a sinner, and the Catholic Church cannot restrict its message to just reprimanding people for their sins.
The Washington Navy Yard reopens Thursday, while investigators focus on Aaron Alexis's mental health and alarming behavior displayed in the weeks before the massacre.
Mortgage rates have risen since May and have begun to restrain housing's rebound.
Gray-New Gloucester High School was evacuated for about 2½ hours Thursday morning after school officials found a bomb threat in a bathroom.
Anthony Badalamenti, who had been Halliburton's cementing technology director, is accused of destroying evidence.
DeLay was sentenced to three years in prison, but his sentence was on hold while his case made its way through the appellate process.
Charges include eluding a police officer, aggravated criminal mischief and reckless conduct.
A survey indicates numbers are at a low point, a blow to fishermen as regulators prepare to set limits.
Glen James found a backpack containing more than $40,000 and turned it into police.
Anthony Foglio, 28, a convicted felon, sold five rifles and had a third party buy three handguns for him in late May of last year.
The state Supreme Court rules unanimously that Vince Sicari's acting and comedy career 'is incompatible with the Code of Judicial Conduct.'
It's the fourth-largest prize in Powerball history. The winner can remain anonymous under South Carolina law, which is where the winning ticket was bought.
After cutting some jobs and creating others, the company's employment total in Maine will be down by one.
When rescue crews arrived at the accident scene on Lower Guinea Road they found the car but no driver.
A woman is stabbed in the leg early Thursday on Broadway, but does not need to be hospitalized.
In a wide-ranging interview session, Rouhani said that Iran has 'never pursued or sought a nuclear bomb and we are not going to do so.'
Hanover High School's principal said members of the football team 'made some bad choices.'
Ernest Wallace of Bristol, Conn., was indicted last month on a charge of being an accessory to murder after the fact.
Nationwide, Mexican officials said 22 of the country's 31 states have sustained damage from Manuel and Ingrid.
Police say 57-year-old Roger Crocker of Plymouth was working under a jacked-up vehicle in his driveway.
The safety violations went uncorrected, an official says, as Fore Street residents and businesses cope with displacement.
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The institute is a language and cultural nonprofit set up by the Chinese government's Ministry of Education.
Dayton also is expected to vote on leaving RSU 23, after seeing whether Saco's effort succeeds.
But one farmer has a theory: They're eating his lettuce because parked train cars block the path to a hayfield
The city council votes to make public a previously undisclosed memo related to the controversial transaction.
Maine's median household income barely rose in five years and growing numbers of children live in poverty.
Westbrook leaders envision a transformed downtown teeming with offices, hotels, shops and restaurants drawn to the city for its business-friendly policies, relatively inexpensive real estate and local amenities.
The gunman sought treatment at Veterans Affairs hospitals but told doctors he was not a risk.
Two people are stabbed and their assailant or assailants remain at large.
The stalker threatened to distribute stolen photos of a N.H. woman if she didn't meet his demands.
Councilors move a vote to Oct. 2 as they weigh how to protect threatened birds.